Change in osmo-gsm-tester[master]: util: adds the feature to force the rpath when patching files.
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Thu Jun 3 16:31:39 UTC 2021
alealcon has posted comments on this change. ( https://gerrit.osmocom.org/c/osmo-gsm-tester/+/24272 )
Change subject: util: adds the feature to force the rpath when patching files.
Patch Set 1:
As a summary I'm going to do:
- Abandon this commit (remove the patchelf_force function and do not implement the extra option for the normal patchelf function)
- Abandon https://gerrit.osmocom.org/c/osmo-gsm-tester/+/24281/1.
- I will create the jenkins-build-srslte-bbu.sh as we talked, in a new commit, updating if needed the enb-srs.py if needed.
Answering these 2 questions:
- Why does *-common.sh sets the rpath?
For the code I'm seeing from amarisoft epc and ue, it seems that the binaries are not patched in the jenkins-build-amarisoft.sh job, so it is done in ms-amarisoft. The path that its patched seems different too, as it patches "remote_inst" (at least for the epc)
- Why we have a different libc version.
When we build a new toolchain we try to get the latest stable version of each library, to get the latest features/stability/performance.
Sadly, the OS running in that platforms it's too old, and because it is a leasing we cannot update the system libraries/utilities. That's why we have to patch the binary with "--force-rpath". If we could have updated those libraries, it would have been way easiest :D.
Thanks for all your suggestions, information and patience, Pau.
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